Welcome to the CIO’s bag of tricks blog.

The CIO’s bag of tricks is, figuratively speaking, just that! Uwe Michael Mueller, EMEIA Advisory Performance Improvement Leader at EY discusses the hot topics facing CIOs of today. Uwe, along with specially selected guest bloggers, aims to provide a simple and straightforward toolkit, which includes useful advice on how CIOs can play their A game.

This blog is part of EY’s CIO Program. The CIO Program aims at peer to peer networking and addresses the personal and technical interest of CIOs as they seek to develop themselves, their teams, their functions and their careers.


This blog covers topics relating to the CIO’s personal and technical agenda and, more specifically, includes developmental advice. EY proudly supports this blog and encourages you, the reader, to get involved by commenting, sharing experiences and suggesting topics.

Please remember the information presented on this site should not be construed as legal, tax, accounting or any other professional advice or service. You should consult with an EY or other professional advisor familiar with your particular factual situation for advice concerning specific tax or other matters before making any decision.

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